Your home away from home...visiting the hill country for a quick get a way or staying for a vacation, my home puts you right in the middle of all the fun attractions, yet it's quiet. Just blocks from Whitewater Amphitheater, floating the horseshoe, Canyon Lake Dam, Heritage Museum. Gruene Hall, Schlitterbahn Water park, Wimberley Village..short driving distance. Wine taste your way through many local vineyards. Dogs allowed 35lb or less, $125.00 fee upon booking. House trained. Approval Rqd
Nice, clean and cozy, especially for the price. Some call it the "mellow yellow" home.
The home comfortably sleeps 6, two king size beds and a queen futon in the living room.
There is ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING in the home. An ashtray is available on the front deck. No cigarette butts on the grounds please. You will be charged $1.00 for every butt housekeeping has to pick up! That will be taken out of your deposit. DO NOT DRIVE ON THE GRASS. I only have a few rules so please follow them. There is a book on the kitchen counter, read upon arrival. It shows the agreement you signed when booking, rules and local information you will find helpful.
Interaction with guests
None, unless they need something. Host may stop by during your stay to see if everything is going well.
Other things to note
There is lots to do in the area, so plan ahead and don't miss out on:
Eco Tourism/Canyon Lake Gorge
Farmers Market/New Braunfels
Fly Fishing/Guadulape River
Wildlife Viewing/All around
This is a neighborhood, no loud guests after 10:30 pm and I would like you to respect my home, you are guests. Dogs are allowed, if house trained, created when you leave, under 45 lbs and a $125 non-refundable fee will be charged. NO SMOKING in the cottage and if you throw cigarette butts in the yard, the cleaning crew will charge $1.00 per butt. DO NOT DRIVE vehicles of any type on the yard.
Hi, I love nature, the hill country, music, art, positive people and animals! I want to provide my home for folks who don't want the hotel scene. I like the idea of staying away from home in a home, don't you? When traveling, I always book places that are owned by individuals. I like sharing, so I share my money they share their home. It's a win win for both of us Peoples. I do treat other's homes as I am a guest. It's the "do unto other's rule" for me. I hope you feel the same way. So, come stay a while. :-))